KT’s Wakefield City Rhythm And Blues Festival 2014

The Wakefield City Rhythm And Blues Festival 2014 lineup is confirmed, and we are delighted to be able to list it here for you now:

Thursday 6th November: Angelo Palladino, Eye Wood, Wood Street, 8.30pm – FREE

Friday 7 November: SLACK ALICE featuring Cliff Stocker plus support from Welsh T Band & Bonnie Mac Band, Unity Works, Smyth Street, 7pm doors open – £7 adv ticket

Sat 8th Nov : David Hick, Charlie Padfield and The Now Nows , The Orangery, Back Lane,  3 – 6:30pm – FREE

Sat 8th Nov: Turrentine Jones, Fernandes Brewery Tap, Avieson Yard,  9.15 pm  – FREE

Sun 9th Nov: Harmonica and Guitar demonstration featuring Mick Shaw, Trad Music, Lower Warrengate, 2-4pm – FREE

Sun 9th Nov: The Roosters, Fernandes Brewery Tap, Avieson Yard, 4 – 6.30 pm – FREE

Sun 9Th Nov: Poorboy, The Hop, Bank Street, 7pm – late – FREE

Tickets for Slack Alice can be bought from Fernandes Brewery Tap, Wakefield Tourist Information Centre, or Trad Music.  They can also be bought online at: http://www.unityworks.co.uk/event/kts-wakefield-city-rhythm-blues-festival/

Looking forward to seeing you all there!

KT's Wakefield City Rhythm & Blues Festival 2014
KT’s Wakefield City Rhythm & Blues Festival 2014

 

Clarence Park Festival

Clarence 2014 Poster

Not long to go now folks, and the list of bands is now here.  There are some amazing acts that are going to sound fantastic up on Clarence Park hill, so fetch your picnic blankets and rock up to enjoy Yorkshire’s longest running free music festival.  Can’t wait to see you there!

Clarence Applications are now closed.

Thank you for all your applications to play our main event this summer. We’re off to stock up on coffee, and get down to listening to all your submissions. If you’ve been successful we’ll be in touch with you as soon as we possibly can, if you haven’t (because of the large amount of applications) we won’t be, sorry.

Once again, thank you all for your registering an interest in playing this year, we’ll get through all your applications as soon as we can, and let the successful applicants now as soon as we can. :) x

Want To Play Clarence 2014?

It’s that time of year again – applications are open for your band to play Clarence Park Festival 2014!

Last year was huge – about 7,500 people we reckon – and there’s at least 20 slots open for acts who want to tell us how damn good they are. We’re up for pretty much anything from good hard rock right down to acoustic speedcore [what the hell is that? – Ed]

It’s easy to get in the queue. Simply visit our application page and walk through the details. You’ll be asked to upload a couple of MP3s and point us at a video and stuff, and we promise to review them all. There’s even some handy tips on what we look for.

Applications are open right up until the end of March, so get yourselves in there.